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Celebrated Artist/Director Brian M. Viveros is internationally embraced for his strong & sensuous paintings of doe-eyed beauties with their empowered stare & cigarettes dangling seductively from their lips. Viveros bad-girls flaunt battle scars tattoos helmets and army paraphernalia. In his work Viveros shines a light on his own inner world and society at large and aims to captivate even the most jaded of eyes.
Viveros' recognition accelerated in 1997 with his participation in an exhibition held in Switzerland where he exhibited alongside academy award winner H.R. Giger. Since then Viveros' work has been exhibited extensively in North America and in Europe. His work has also been featured in numerous books & magazines including Carnivora: The Dark Art Of Automobiles Harry Saylor and Carolyn Frisch's 'Edgy CuteÆ From Neo-Pop to Low Brow and Back Again 'Weirdo Noir' and Erotic Signature's 'The World's Greatest Erotic Art of Today - Vol. 1 and Vol. II' Juxtapoz & Hi-Fructose Magazine.
ViverosÆ Art was also featured on the TV show 'LA Ink' (where artist Nikko Hurtado tattooed one of Viveros' paintings æEvillastÆ onto a client).
Recently Viveros worked on a special painting for a Metallica Exhibition æObey Your Master æ and 20th Anniversary Exhibition for director David Lynch æFire Walk With MeÆ
The above information is from the Viveros website. Hide Panel
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